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XF 1.5 Disable dropdown menu under the tab "Help"

Cylent1

Active member
#4
This should be suffecient in the extra.css template:
Code:
.navTabs .Popup .SplitCtrl
{display: none !important;}
It works for me for many different styles also.

@Betclever You should never delete any code straight out of the templates. either use the template modifaction system or just comment out the code in the templates.
 
#5
This should be suffecient in the extra.css template:
Code:
.navTabs .Popup .SplitCtrl
{display: none !important;}
This does not disable the Forums drop down menu for me.

When I hover over the Forums tab I still get the drop down menu with "Search Forums" and "Recent Posts" -- I actually had this fixed already on my other XF site so I need to dig into the navigation template code and see what I did there.
 

Lawrence

Well-known member
#6
This does not disable the Forums drop down menu for me.

When I hover over the Forums tab I still get the drop down menu with "Search Forums" and "Recent Posts" -- I actually had this fixed already on my other XF site so I need to dig into the navigation template code and see what I did there.
Did you remove the red code for every tab in that template?
 
#8
OK, this is what’s working now to disable the Forums tab drop down.

Code:
<!-- forums -->
        <xen:if is="{$tabs.forums}">
            <li class="navTab forums {xen:if $tabs.forums.selected, 'selected', 'Popup PopupControl PopupClosed'}">
           
                <a href="{$tabs.forums.href}" class="navLink">{$tabs.forums.title}</a>
                <!-- <a href="{$tabs.forums.href}" class="SplitCtrl" rel="Menu"></a> -->
               
                <div class="{xen:if {$tabs.forums.selected}, 'tabLinks', 'Menu JsOnly tabMenu'}">
                    <div class="primaryContent menuHeader">
                        <h3>{$tabs.forums.title}</h3>
                        <div class="muted">{xen:phrase quick_links}</div>